Los Angeles Sparks

The Next writers weigh in on Seattle Storm WNBA trade deadline options, potential deals

By Em Adler / August 20, 2021

A closer look at what the Storm could consider doing, and suggested return

Fever notes: Victoria Vivians, inconsistent offense, unexpected absences

By Ben Rosof / August 19, 2021

Looking to continue the momentum generated by a surprising three-game winning streak heading into the Olympic break, the Indiana Fever began the second “half” of their season with a west coast road trip. Although they’ve hung tight against their first two opponents, the Los Angeles Sparks and the Phoenix Mercury, they’ve been unable to string…

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How the Sparks found a winning formula in return to Staples Center

By David Yapkowitz / August 17, 2021

Sparks pull out a win in return to Staples Center.

Lauren Cox embraces her opportunity with the Sparks

By David Yapkowitz / August 13, 2021

On June 27, the Fever announced that they had cut Cox

Nneka Ogwumike, WNBA create a new legacy in the Space Jam world

By David Yapkowitz / July 11, 2021

The inclusion of WNBA players in the latest movie is a watershed moment

How Los Angeles’ defense is keeping team afloat

By David Yapkowitz / July 7, 2021

Offense remains a problem, however

Sparks make roster moves ahead of contract deadline

By David Yapkowitz / June 30, 2021

The moves appeared to leave the Sparks incredibly thin in the frontcourt

Sparks hit a bump in the road

By David Yapkowitz / June 24, 2021

Defense is among the WNBA’s best, but L.A.’s offense is sputtering

Los Angeles Sparks react to Nneka Ogwumike’s exclusion from 2021 Olympic team

By David Yapkowitz / June 24, 2021

‘She should be on that team’

What Karlie Samuelson, Kristine Anigwe bring to Sparks

By David Yapkowitz / June 17, 2021

Toughness and shooting help round out Los Angeles’ rotation